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RiSE Discussion – January 30th, 2018

Minghui Zhou, Qingying Chen, Audris Mockus, Fengguang Wu:
On the scalability of Linux kernel maintainers’ work. ESEC/SIGSOFT FSE 2017: 27-37

Mediator: Eduardo Almeida

Time: 16:30

Local: Room 256

RiSE Discussion – November 21st, 2017

Michael Hilton, Timothy Tunnell, Kai Huang, Darko Marinov, and Danny Dig. 2016. Usage, costs, and benefits of continuous integration in open-source projects. In Proceedings of the 31st IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering  426-437

Mediator: Daniel Amador

Time: 16:40

Local: Room 14

 

RiSE Discussion – November 14th, 2017

Mitchell Joblin, Sven Apel, Claus Hunsen, and Wolfgang Mauerer.Classifying developers into core and peripheral: an empirical study on count and network metrics (ICSE ’17) 164-174

Mediator: Iuri Santos

Time: 16h

Local: TBD

RiSE Discussion – November 7th, 2017

Todd Sedano, Paul Ralph, and Cécile Péraire.Software development waste. In Proceedings of the 39th International Conference on Software Engineering 2017, 130-140

Mediator: Karla Malta

Time: 16h

Local: TBD

RiSE Discussion – October 31st, 2017

William Martin, Federica Sarro, and Mark Harman. Causal impact analysis for app releases in google play. 435-446  FSE 2016

Mediator: Michelle Larissa

Time: 16h

Local: TBD

RiSE Discussion – October 24th, 2017

Premkumar Tobias Roehm, Rebecca Tiarks, Rainer Koschke, and Walid Maalej: How do professional developers comprehend software? 255-265 ICSE – 2012

Mediator: Magno Luã

Time: 16h

Local: TBD

RiSE Discussion – October 17th, 2017

Premkumar T. Devanbu, Thomas Zimmermann, Christian Bird: Belief & evidence in empirical software engineering. 108-119 ICSE – 2016

Mediator: Jonatas Bastos

Time: 16h

Local: TBD

RiSE Discussion – October 10th, 2017

Paul Luo Li, Andrew J. Ko, Jiamin Zhu: What Makes a Great Software Engineer? ICSE (1) 2015: 700-710

Mediator: Eduardo Almeida

Time: 16h

Local: TBD

RiSE Discussion – October 3rd, 2017

Michael Washburn, Jr., Pavithra Sathiyanarayanan, Meiyappan Nagappan, Thomas Zimmermann, and Christian Bird. 2016. What went right and what went wrong: an analysis of 155 postmortems from game development. In Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion (ICSE ’16).280-289

Mediator: Samia Capistrano

Time: 16h

Local: TBD

 

RiSE Discussion – September 26th, 2017

Meiyappan Nagappan, Thomas Zimmermann, and Christian Bird. 2013. Diversity in software engineering research. In Proceedings of the 2013 9th Joint Meeting on Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE 2013) 466-476

Mediator: Roselane Silva

Time: 16h

Local: TBD